California: Registration for “Assault Weapons” to Re-Open

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California to re-open so-called “Assault Weapon’ registration. IMG NRA-ILA

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- The California Department of Justice has announced that they will reopen the registration period of “bullet button assault weapons” from January 13, 2022, until April 12, 2022, due to a federal court order. This time period is reserved for gun owners who had wished to comply with the original registration period that ended in 2018 but were unable to do so due to technical difficulties.

Click here to view the official announcement.

An individual’s firearms will only be registered if all of the following requirements are met:

    1. The person would have been eligible to register an assault weapon under subdivision (b) of Penal Code § 30900;   
    2. The person lawfully possessed each assault weapon they seek to register before January 1, 2017;
    3. The person verifies under penalty of perjury that they attempted to register the assault weapon prior to the original registration deadline of midnight on July 1, 2018, but they were unable to do so because of technical difficulties during the registration process; and 
    4. The person timely registers the assault weapon between 9 a.m. on January 13, 2022, and 9 a.m. on April 12, 2022.”

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Wild Bill
Wild Bill
8 days ago

It is time for a hypothetical! Suppose a Californian had some object that the State of California wanted him to register so that they could easily confiscate it later. And further suppose that this California resident had friends in another state that were willing to store that object and the ammunition that it chambers. Might it be time for a road trip?
Note: all telecommunications regarding such a road trip should be made on land lines (because a warrant is required to seize those conversations), and not cellular phone (because no warrant is required to seize those conversations).

Henry Bowman
Henry Bowman
8 days ago

IT’S . A . TRAP !!

Beobear
Beobear
8 days ago

Registration = confiscation.

There is only one reason for registration and that is to make confiscation as easy as possible for the fascist/communist/socialist/Marxist (until they decide which “ist” they are) left.

chocopot
chocopot
8 days ago
Reply to  Beobear

Exactly right. Funny how it is only dictator, totalitarian wannabes who fear private gun ownership and seek to confiscate guns from the public.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
8 days ago
Reply to  Beobear

Wouldn’t it be great if non-civilan enforcers decided not to enforce gun registration (kind of like they don’t enforce speeding laws and stop sign laws against fellow enforcers)?

Pioneer
Pioneer
9 days ago

Registration = confiscation.
Take a stand: Do Not Comply!
Either take a stand, or sit down, shut up and wait for the knock on your door.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
8 days ago
Reply to  Pioneer

Do Not Enforce!

StLPro2A
StLPro2A
9 days ago

Are the Taliban registering those 358,000 REAL assault weapons Xiden gave them??? Until then Molon Labe.

jukk0u
jukk0u
9 days ago

It’s still a regulation of your RIGHT. Hard pass. Sic semper tyrannis.

nrringlee
nrringlee
10 days ago

Just say no. Flood their web site with garbage.

TStheDeplorable
TStheDeplorable
10 days ago

Not one single violent crime has been prevented by California’s laws banning and/or regulating “assault rifles.” Not one.

Boz
Boz
9 days ago

True. Not what it’s about though, never has been. lt’s absoluteIy about disarmament of the Citizenry, always has been. We need to stop pretending/defending as if it were about crime and saving Iives, it isn’t.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
9 days ago

Yet those laws are strictly enforced by “non-civilians” with great benefits, including sweet pensions.

Thank them for their service.

StLPro2A
StLPro2A
9 days ago

A politician with a law never stops a bad guy with a gun.
He only controls the good guys….which is his true agenda. Making good people helpless does not make bad people…..or politicians……harmless.
“Killing is a matter of will, not weapons.
You cannot control the act itself
by passing laws about the means employed.”
The late Col Jeff Cooper, 1958
Handgun expert and founder of Gunsite Academy

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
10 days ago

“The (California) Department of Justice includes over 4,500 employees who are engaged in a variety of law enforcement and legal services.”

https://oag.ca.gov/careers/aboutus

The CA Department of Justice, in cooperation with state, county, and city/town enforcers, enforce laws requiring the registration of semiautomatic rifles.

I’m surprised some of them don’t post here and brag about the taxpayer provided education they received and the extent of their retirement benefits.

Last edited 10 days ago by JSNMGC
Patriot Solutions
Patriot Solutions
10 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

Don’t be surprised. My buddy’s who are Fed’s never once said a word to me about their bonuses from the Covid relief scams.

I must get back to trimming my Leader’s beard now.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
10 days ago

I’m not suprised about much that government employees do.

Maybe I shouldn’t be surprised these particular government employees are not bragginng about their benefits and retirement packages, but it is a popular thing for government employees to brag about on-line.

Who are the “elites?”

Some Australians have finally had enough of government employees. It’s an interesting progression:

  • Admiration and praise
  • Tolerance
  • Contempt
  • Conflict

Each one of those phases was created by the actions of the government employees. Australians are starting to beat the tools of tyrants in the streets now.

swmft
swmft
9 days ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

they will have to make their own guns now, back to black powder or steel from army depots

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
9 days ago
Reply to  swmft

The video I saw, the “civilian” beat the “non-civilian” cop because he had enough. The other “non-civilian” cop was so scared she just watched the beating.

I don’t think the “civilian” cared that the cop saw himself as a “non-civilian.”